DaVinci on the ceiling?  Spotless parquet floor?  Sometimes, the best parts of the room don't show up in the default view.  That's okay -- your 360 camera captured them already!  You just need to use a different part of the photo in your video.  Read on to find out how.

This feature will require you to be in "edit mode."  First time?  Find out how to do that here.

Changing the Camera Angle

In "edit mode", tap once on the video preview.  This will bring up the "camera angle slider."

Touch and drag the small, reddish dot on the slider (indicated by the pink arrow below) up or down to adjust the angle of the camera to point more towards the ceiling or the floor.  

Once you have adjusted it to your liking, tap the pink checkmark to save your changes.  (Pro Tip:  If the "camera angle slider" disappears before you are done, simply tap the video preview to bring it back again.)

Still don't see what you want?  Maybe you should try adjusting the zoom. Use two fingers to zoom.

Note:  The camera cannot be adjusted to point directly at the ceiling or floor, because this tends to be unattractive and gives viewers motion sickness due to how the camera works.

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